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All the KK parties are masked balls, so identities remain secret.Meet, mingle and then, if things are going well, retreat to one of the special rooms to find out more about the singles who pique your interest.
We hope small format change will allow you to scratch under the surface get a better understanding what makes people tick.
Attendees will still have access to our online matching and messaging system after the event but we hope this slight twist will add another element to our ever popular speed dating format.
It started out as a novelty, briefly flirted with being trendy, sank for a while into the category of ‘sad but necessary’, rose back again to be ironically hip and now claims its rightful place as simply a great way to meet like-minded singles in London. Last night, conversations were full of phrases such as ‘I’ve never done this before’, or ‘this is easier/more fun/less weird that I thought it would be’. Breaking down that fourth wall relaxes everyone and takes away any potential oddness.2) Keep on movin’It’s awkward leaving a date, particularly if you feel you’ve made a connection. You get four minutes to assess whether you’d like to chat more or not. It also means the event finished on time meaning greater opportunities to catch up properly without having other gents glaring at you and the host politely standing behind you making a cheap joke about it being ‘speed dating not M25 dating’.1) The people – Sticking around! We can provide the best venue with the best drinks, the best staff, the best matching system, the best hosts (ahem!
), but ultimately, if the people who come to the event aren’t up for it, the evening won’t be that memorable. Last night I was lucky enough to host an event full of awesomeness.
For something a little different, head to The Book Club for something totally out of the ordinary.